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YEMEN – PLACE WHERE COFFEE STARTED ROAD AROUND THE WORLD

History

‘If Ethiopia is the heart of coffee, Yemen is the mind.’ Albert Zijlstra, Volcanocafé

Between the 8th and the 12th century, wild Coffea plants had been discovered in the jungles of Ethiopia. It is believed that local nomadic mountain people were the first ones noticing the coffee’s stimulating effect.

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KOSICE – MULTICULTURAL SPOT OF CENTRAL EUROPE

A blog about the Coffee culture of a less known, but vibrant city within the EU

Find yourself in one of the inspiring coffee shops within this innovative and timeless city

Košice – the second biggest city in Slovakia – has a rich history and a long multicultural tradition. It’s a fascinating cosmopolitan city, where curious explorer can experience a special blend classic and contemporary Slovak, Hungarian, German and Jewish traditions. In 2013, Košice was the European Capital of Culture. Continue reading KOSICE – MULTICULTURAL SPOT OF CENTRAL EUROPE

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HOW TO BUY COFFEE BEANS, PART IV.

What to look for when buying coffee beans:

1 . The Altitude of the plantation affects a coffee’s quality and taste. It needs to be taken into account that within the same coffee growing region, the coffee plants may grow at various different altitudes. Higher elevations produce harder, higher quality beans. The harder the beans are, the higher will be their concentration of sugars.

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HOW TO BUY COFFEE BEANS, PART III.

What to look for when buying coffee beans:

The date of roasting,

is an important factor that needs to be taken into account when brewing coffee. For brewed coffee it’s recommended to use the coffee beans 2 – 14 days after they had been roasted (max. 30 days off roast). To get excellent results for Espresso and moka pot coffee preparation, use the beans 2 – 21 days after roast. But nevertheless, you can use and get good results from coffee beans that are older than 6 weeks.

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HOW TO BUY COFFEE BEANS FOR HOME – I.PART

How they can be marked coffee beans:

Blend coffee beans

A mixture of beans from multiple locations, different varieties, roast levels, or flavor profiles of coffee is known as a Coffee Blend.
Blending is done for various different goals. Some companies blend beans to save money. But generally blending is done to create coffee drinks with a flavor profile that is more complete than – or different from – the flavor profiles of a single-origin coffees.

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COFFEE FROM AKHA PEOPLE

The Akha People of Northern Thailand

One does not have the ability to throw away our customs any more than a buffalo has the ability to have its footprints one place and its body someplace else.

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THE ART OF COFFEE GRINDING

Grinder

If the grinder, is not of very good quality, you will get lots of dust in the coffee. The dust will get into the coffee mainly when you do coffee via French press, Mokka pot, or you can use steel filters. The brewing process can continue afterwards, and the taste of the coffee drink can change.

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